Ultimate Poland Tour


  • Discover former Hitler’s headquarters in Wolf’s Lair
  • Organ concert at the Sanctuary in Święta Lipka
  • Teutonic Castle in Malbork, Klezmer music concert in Kraków
  • Highlander show in Zakopane
  • Gothic, wooden altar in St. Mary’s Church in Kraków


All the must-see places in Poland. 12 days. Our Ultimate Poland Tour gives you what travelers call ‘the essence’. Enjoy meeting local people, tasting traditional cuisine, visiting places that have an amazing story to tell; admire marvellous landscapes, learn more about our customs and traditions, feel the influence of a variety of cultures. Experience a unique adventure, share it with other travelers and collect unforgettable memories. RealPoland’s staff, an experienced tour leader, passionate local guides, perfectly chosen hotels and comfortable transportation - all this will give you the ideal background, but remember that the real treasure will be found somewhere on the way.

  • Day 1 - Warsaw

    Hello, Warsaw!

    Welcome to Warsaw, the magical capital city of Poland! In the evening, meet your Tour Leader and other tour participants during the delicious welcome dinner at your hotel.

    Meals: dinner

    Overnight: Warsaw, Mercure Centrum ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 2 - Sightseeing of Warsaw & Chopin Concert

    Sightseeing of Warsaw

    Get an insight of Warsaw with your local expert. Visit the Old Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the former Jewish ghetto and the Royal Łazienki Park.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

  • Day 3 - Wolf's Lair / Swieta Lipka

    Set off on a journey north, to Wolf’s Lair. Visit the mysterious military complex that used to serve as Hitler’s headquarters. Then move on to the sanctuary of Święta Lipka and listen to the incredible organ concert. Spend the night in a 14th-century castle.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Lidzbark Warmiński, Krasicki Castle ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 4 - Malbork / Gdansk

    Malbork and Gdańsk

    Your next destination is the biggest castle in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site - the Malbork Castle. Let your local expert tell you all about this amazing fortress. Travel to Gdańsk, known as the “Pearl of Northern Poland”.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Gdańsk, Admirał Hotel or similar

  • Day 5 - Gdansk & Sopot

    Gdańsk and Sopot

    In Sopot, take a stroll on the longest wooden pier in Europe and enjoy the salty smell of the Baltic Sea. Discover the amber capital of Poland, Gdańsk, with a local expert. See Westerplatte, where the first shots of World War II were fired.

    Meals: breakfast

    Overnight: Gdańsk, Admirał Hotel ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 6 - Torun


    Discover the Medieval Town of Toruń, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, packed with original and well-preserved historical monuments that remained unscathed by World War II. See the place where Copernicus was born. And don’t forget to taste the famous gingerbread!

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Toruń, 1231 ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 7 - Wroclaw


    Take a stroll through the alleys of Wrocław, a city influenced by four different countries. Count the famous Wrocław dwarves. How many can you spot? You can also shop away in the official Bolesławiec pottery shop.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Wrocław, Best Western ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 8 - Auschwitz / Krakow


    Prepare for a difficult history lesson in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. It is an obligatory place to visit for every human being: only here can you realize the scope of the Holocaust. Continue your journey to Kraków.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Kraków, Columbus Hotel ☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 9 - Kraków


    Explore the most popular tourist destination in Poland: Kraków. Feel the unique atmosphere of this former capital of Poland. See its historic center, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Visit the Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica and the Cloth Hall.

    Meals: breakfast

    Overnight: Kraków, Columbus Hotel ☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 10 - Zakopane


    After breakfast, set off to Zakopane, the ‘winter capital’ of Poland. Admire the unique wooden architecture. Take a funicular ride to the peak of Mt. Gubałówka. End the day with a delicious, traditional dinner and a Highlander show.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Kraków, Columbus Hotel ☆☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 11 - Wieliczka Salt Mine

    Wieliczka Salt Mine

    Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the salt mine in Wieliczka, has operated since the Middle Ages. Take a walk along the 2.5-km-long sightseeing route. But before you do that, learn to make the most delicious pierogi during pierogi-making workshops.

    Meals: breakfast, dinner

    Overnight: Kraków, Columbus Hotel ☆☆☆ or similar

  • Day 12 - Czestochowa / Warsaw

    Częstochowa and Warsaw

    On your way back to Warsaw, stop in Częstochowa and see the monastery, famous all over the world for its miraculous painting of Black Madonna. Expected arrival in Warsaw: 5 p.m.

    Meals: breakfast

  • Accommodation- Comfortable 4* and 3* hotels with air-conditioning and ensuite bathrooms are booked.
  • Assistance of the experienced Tour Leader
  • Daily breakfasts are included and served in the hotels you are going to stay in. Moreover 9 dinners are included.
  • Comfortable transportation with air-conditioned motorcoach is included.
  • Flights are not included
  • Travel and medical insurance;

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